Split image of Sidemen on their sofa and holding their certificates

Guinness World Records recently teamed up with Jack Sucks At Life for a very special certificate presentation.

Together, we headed to the London headquarters of seven-piece YouTube group Sidemen to recognize the incredible success of their latest charity football match.

The match, at Charlton Athletic's The Valley stadium, secured the most viewers for a charity sports match live stream on YouTube with 2,558,501.

It was broadcast live on 24 September 2022, with Sidemen FC going up against a team named the YouTube All-Stars.

Famous names on the All-Stars team included Niko Omilana, Noah Beck and Chunkz.

The presentation was conducted by Guinness World Records Adjudicator Joanne Brent, with the help of presenter Jack Welsh, more commonly known as Jack Sucks At Life.

Jack holds records of his own for most YouTube channels owned by an individual with over 100,000 subscribers.

He has also been liaising with Guinness World Records for many years, helping fellow YouTubers TommyInnit and GeorgeNotFound achieve their own records as well as gaining his own.

Sidemen FC contained all seven members of the group as well as big names such as Mr. Beast, Lazarbeam and JME.

They formed as a group back in 2013, playing Grand Theft Auto V together.

Miniminter, TBJZL, Zerkaa, KSI, Vikkstar123 and Behzinga made up the initial gang before being joined by Wroetoshaw just a few months later.

Since joining forces, they've collaborated many times and their joint YouTube channel has over 18 million subscribers.

Some of their most popular content includes Sidemen 20 vs 1, Tinder in Real Life and Most Expensive vs Least Expensive.

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